Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2013
Applies to:Oracle Communications IP Service Activator - Version: 5.2.4
Information in this document applies to any platform.
As IPSA applies a configuration on the device and waits for the response, to interpret as success or failure, if a console message shows up on the device at the same time giving a warning message (eg: ‘%SYS-2-PS_FANFAIL:Power supply 1 fan failed’), IPSA will take that as a device response and since it fails to match it with the set of expected patterns, IPSA considers it as failure and raises a fault and the transactions fails.
Most of the times, the console messages are warning messages which come up every 5 seconds or so, hence subsequent attempts at clearing the fault and resending the configs also fail.
This brings IPSA to a state where it cannot deal with it and process requests, until someone addresses the issue on the device due to which the warning messages on the console come up.
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